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Matthew Smith ’14 and Mina Trudeau ’12 Named Fulbright Scholars

The Fulbright Program awards approximately 8,000 grants annually, allowing students, scholars, teachers, and professionals to study, teach, and conduct research at institutions worldwide. This year, recent graduate Matthew Smith ’14 and alumna Mina Trudeau ‘12 (pictured), both Public Interest / Public Service Scholars while at the AUWCL, were awarded Fulbright grants. MORE

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July 12, Huffington Post -
Professor Anita Sinha penned an op-ed on the arrival of unaccompanied Central American children to the U.S. MORE

June 23, E & E – Professor Amanda Leiter is quoted about the U.S. Supreme Court’s EPA decision. MORE

June 18 & 19, ABC 7, Chicago Tribune, Diane Rehm, ESPN, Kojo Nnamdi Show, Time Magazine, Wall Street Journal - The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office cancelled the federal registration of the Washington NFL team's name and related trademarks. Professors Christine Haight Farley and Victoria Phillips provided analysis for several media outlets. MORE

June 18, Washington Post – In this op-ed, Professor Stephen Vladeck discusses whether the U.S. violates international law when employing overseas “kidnapping” to capture terrorism suspects. MORE

June 17, Federal News Radio – In this interview, Adjunct Professor Daniel Metcalfe discusses how often the federal government intervenes in record requests involving non-federal agencies. MORE

June 17, Washington Post – LL.M. Student Saba Ahmed made headlines for her questions asked of a Heritage Foundation panel on Benghazi. MORE

June 16, Baltimore Sun – In this op-ed, Professor Amanda Frost calls for Congress to take action on Immigration Reform. MORE

June 13, MSNBC – Professor Stephen Vladeck discusses whether President Obama could act to use military force in Iraq without asking Congress for permission. MORE